Music Reviews | June 16th, 2017

For their third LP, the Fleet Foxes take another mature leap in their songwriting. While less appealing than Helplessness Blues, Crack Up is more impressive.
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Hip-Hop Reviews | June 15th, 2017

For his sixth LP, Billy Woods continues to do what he's comfortable with. This time around though, the songwriting, topics, and production has improved.
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Hip-Hop Reviews | June 14th, 2017

Instead of righting his wrongs coming into 2017 Vic Mensa trots down the same path, with the same pitfalls, setbacks, and disappointments.
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Music Reviews | June 13th, 2017

On her debut album, SZA takes control, both literally and figuratively, of her crumbling relational life. The result's refreshing but lackluster.
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Loosies | June 11th, 2017

A massive week of singles, so much so that only half the tracks I wanted to review appear here. Hip-Hop from all corners and Indie sprinkles too.
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Music Reviews | June 8th, 2017

After soaking in minimal Singer/Songwriter in 2015, Sufjan Stevens has reverted his path once again, this time aiming to the stars with some expansive Art Pop.
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Loosies | June 4th, 2017

Indie Rock takes over this week's loosies as not a single Hip-Hop track has an appearance. A welcomed comeback for one of the genre's premier band's heads this week.
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Past Greatness | June 1st, 2017

The sixth installment of Past Greatness finds us traveling all over the world, through numerous decades and numerous genres of music.
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Deep Cuts | May 31st, 2017

For our first installment of Deep Cuts we find the Indie scene thriving with artists both old and new. Here are five excellent tracks you may have missed.
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Hip-Hop Reviews | May 29th, 2017

For his major label debut Lil Yachty entertains the idea of being included, despite latching onto the idea that he's still an outcast. The result isn't good.
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Loosies | May 28th, 2017

Another action-packed week with loosies that tell a story. Whether mysterious returning, taking a trip down memory lane, or taking part in Twin Peaks, this week has a lot.
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Loosies | May 24th, 2017

Even though their unpredictability has become natural and expected, any new Death Grips project is still an event. Steroids, a single 22-minute track, is no different.
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Loosies | May 21st, 2017

A slow week for releases, and Dozens Of Donuts, allows for a trove of singles to take center stage. Hip-Hop from all corners, and some Indie soothers for good measure.
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Loosies | May 14th, 2017

On this Mothers Day, we find music sprawling in all corners. From Experimental Hip-Hop to Indie, Folk to Japanese Art Rock.
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Music Reviews | May 12th, 2017

Continuing their effortless schedule, Son Lux preps yet another EP for 2017. Remedy includes both past setbacks and future hope.
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Music Reviews | May 9th, 2017

After liberating himself on 2014's Too Bright, Perfume Genius has returned with a record that's more personal, reflective, and conflicting.
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Loosies | May 7th, 2017

Likely my favorite week of the year so far with the Loosies at hand. A wide range of interesting songs, from established artists trying new things to LCD Soundsystem returning.
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Music Reviews | May 5th, 2017

22 years after their last LP, Slowdive have returned for an audacious self-titled. The project prides itself on being a combination of their previous efforts.
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Music Reviews | May 4th, 2017

Sometimes it takes a grave, yet conflicting event to pull someone out of their apathetic state. In Mac DeMarco's case, that was the death of his father.
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Past Greatness | May 1st, 2017

The fifth installment of Past Greatness finds two influential 90's Japanese artists battling against an infinitely interesting Electronic album from the UK.
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